held in $1,000.
Col. B. L. Bell, the oldest cavalry Colonel in the U. S. regular service, died in Baltimore on Saturday night. He served through the Florida and Mexican wars, and built all the forts from the western borders of Texas to the Pacific.
Col. J. P. Creager, who is recruiting for Col. Birney's colored regiment in Maryland, has been apprehended and committed to jail in default of $1,000 bail to answer a charge of having enticed slaves to desert their masters.
Major Gen. Beast Butler and family, with friends, started in a private carriage from Lowell, on Monday, for the White Mountains, with the intention of being absent about ten days.
Fred. Douglas has suspended the monthly paper which he has been publishing in Rochester, in order to go South and assist Adjutant Gen. Thomas in the organization of colored troops.
James E. Murdoch, the tragedian, is in Philadelphia at present, but will soon leave for Ohio, and engage in the canvass of that State agains